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2, 3, 4 & 5-bedroom homes
Open public space
Enviable town and country location
Exceptional transport links
Well-regarded schools nearby
High speed broadband
Provision for car charging, where possible
10 year builders’ warranty
Discover our highly anticipated new development at Church View, Bramford.
Open from Thursday to Monday, 10am to 5pm, with an early Friday close at 4.30pm.
Bramford, recorded in the Domesday Book as ‘Brunfort’ or ‘Branfort’, provides the ultimate setting for Church View. This beautiful collection of 2, 3, 4 & 5-bedroom homes is ideally located close to the countryside but with excellent transport links for that sought-after lifestyle balance.
The centrepiece of this development is the extensive on-site public open space – offering a delightful outlook for many of the properties and a home to an abundance of wildlife.
Don’t miss your chance to be one of the first to reserve a new home in this beautiful location.
Call us on 01473 357060 or book your in-person or virtual appointment here.
There are so many benefits of buying a newly built home over an older property, it’s an easy decision to make. Everything is new, clean, compliant with the latest standards, and built to last. The list is long, here are just a few examples:
HBF 5-star builder 2023
We take pride in what we do, so you can take pride in where you live.
Our philosophy of doing things the right way and not the easy way can be seen in every home we build. We care deeply about the impact of our work and the legacy we leave – creating homes and communities defined by craft, care and social responsibility. Homes that people trust and aspire to, for this generation and the next.
At Hopkins Homes, we have a responsibility and an opportunity to make our homes more sustainable. The good news is, new build homes are more energy efficient, reducing carbon emissions and saving you money. The latest ‘Watt a Save’ report by the Home Builders Federation has shown that owners of new build homes can save up to 55%* on their annual energy bills.
All of our homes have a minimum EPC rating of B, which compares to just 4% of existing UK homes and our goal is to only get better.
We want to build better, towards a greener future.
* Data source: ‘Watt a save’ report (July 2023), the Home Builders Federation. According to HBF analysis of EPC data, based on the April 2023 EPG increase.
OFFERING THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS: CALMING SCENERY WITHIN EASY REACH OF TOWN LIFE.
The pretty village of Bramford, located on the westerly outskirts of Ipswich, is home to the meandering River Gipping, providing delightful riverside walks. There is plenty to be enjoyed by waterway enthusiasts. The Bramford Meadows Local Nature Reserve offers serene surroundings and the starting point for walking routes, whilst The Suffolk Water Park – and its incredible café – is available for fishing. Other amenities include Bramford Sports Pavilion for bowls, football and tennis, as well as a range of eateries, shops and convenience stores. Historical highlights include The Bramford Cock, a Grade II listed pub built in the 15th century, serving locally-sourced, home-cooked classics. St Mary the Virgin Church is the oldest building in the village, dating back to the 13th century.
The town of Ipswich is conveniently close, just minutes away by car or public transport. Enjoy everything the town centre has to offer, from a vast array of restaurants to well-known and independent shops, museums and parks. Be entertained by performances at the Regent Theatre or New Wolsey Theatre. Ipswich Marina has long been at the heart of the town throughout its 1,500 year history. Today, it’s popular for the many bars, cafés and bistros perched along the water’s edge, with charming views over the marina, day and night. Festivals and events are held throughout the year, including the Ipswich Maritime Festival every summer. Plus, you can take one of two highly-rated river trips from the waterfront via Orwell Lady and Sailing Barge Victoria.
A little further south you can enjoy a day at the renowned Jimmy’s Farm, home to over 100 different animal species. Take pleasure at Pin Mill, a National Trust location with panoramic views over the River Orwell, an array of lovely walks, and The Butt and Oyster pub; simply perfect on a sunny day.
Church View is conveniently located for a choice of schooling. From tots to teens, there are options aplenty. Within the village itself is Bramford Pre-school Playgroup and Bramford C of E Primary School, both within walking distance. Somersham Primary School is a 4-mile drive away. For secondary schools and sixth forms, Westbourne Academy is the closest, but you’re spoilt for choice in the wider area. Ipswich School scored ‘Excellent’, the highest possible rating, across its nursery, prep and senior year groups. Further education opportunities are available locally at The University of Suffolk in Ipswich and The University of Essex in Colchester, with plenty of courses to choose from.
With easy access to the A14 and A12, you’ll never be short of things to do in the area.
Ipswich train station is nearby, providing various travel options further afield – including access into London in just over an hour.
For further information please contact a Sales Consultant:01473 357060 [email protected]
Thu - Mon, 10am to 5pm, Fri close at 4.30pm
Church View, Bramford, Suffolk, IP8 4GA
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